Re: moving from yacc to ???

Robert Sherry <>
26 Apr 1999 02:02:24 -0400

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From: Robert Sherry <>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 26 Apr 1999 02:02:24 -0400
Organization: @Home Network
References: 99-04-049 99-04-065
Keywords: parse, tools

I would recommend the PCCTS tool kit. It is a public domain set of
programs for building compilers. It is available free of charge,
including the source code, on the web.
This Kit includes a arbitrary look ahead ll(k) parser generator. This
parser generator can handle any LR(k) language. It has the option
to generate C, C++ or Java. There is also a news group dedicated to its

Robert Sherry

Pavel (aka ) alleged:
> : my grammar is in LL(1) actually). Could you recommend a tool that would
> : fit the above? (should be close to the power of LALR, have EBNF,
> : generate
> : ASTs, work with Java, hopefully generate HTML pages for the grammar ala
> : JavaCC, efficiency is the last concern).

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